Dancing With The Stars
The first dance was also the last dance for one couple on Dancing with the Stars as the ABC hit cuts its first pair of the season. Who was the unlucky duo? Find out below!
The Whole Truth
Despite appearances, ABC's The Whole Truth is not just another lawyer show, says executive producer Tom Donaghy.
"It differs [in] its very form," he says. Whereas other courtroom dramas have focused on either the prosecution or the defense, "our show offers both perspectives. To my knowledge, that hasn't been done before."
Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino, Karina Smirnoff
On the first official night of the fall TV season, Dancing with the Stars led ABC to a ratings win, while Fox's Lone Star was the night's biggest disappointment, according Nielsen estimates.
Dancing's two-hour premiere averaged 21 million viewers and improved 22 percent in the adults-18-to-49 demographic over last fall. Leading out of Dancing, Castle (11.2 million viewers) also saw a 22 percent bump in the demo versus last year...
Inside Meredith and Derek's bedroom on the Grey's Anatomy set, a very naughty Patrick Dempsey climbs on top of his costar and friend of six-plus years, Ellen Pompeo, and admonishes there is to be "no thrusting." Joking that he's been "doing steroids" over his summer break, the pumped-up star plants one on Pompeo's lips before making an accusation that catches his leading lady off guard: "Did you just have a jelly doughnut?"
The lighthearted high jinks are welcome on a set that has been plagued with discontent for far too long...
Dancing With The Stars, Bristol Palin
Are you ready to hit the floor again? Dancing with the Stars is back with a brand new season and 12 new celebs eyeing that Mirrorball trophy. All 12 couples showed off their stuff in the premiere — complete with tears (Jennifer Grey) and a striptease (Bristol Palin).
Nathan Fillion and Stana Katic, Castle
In the opening moments of Castle's Season 3 premiere, crime-solving partners and star-crossed lovers Castle and Beckett have their guns pointed at one another.
We knew there'd be some tension after Castle (Nathan Fillion) left Beckett (Stana Katic) to run off to the Hamptons with his ex-wife (Monet Mazur) at the end of last season. But this?
While everything may not be as dire as it first seems, there is definitely some bad blood to be worked out.
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"I knew after the way we ended last season, we couldn't just have Castle walk back into the precinct and say, 'Hey, I'm back,'" creator/executive producer Andrew Marlowe tells TVGuide.com of the premiere, which features Castle as a murder suspect...
Dancing With The Stars
Tom Bergeron felt the pressure. So did Brooke Burke.
After Dancing with the Stars' surprisingly strong Season 10 — highlighted by beating American Idol in the ratings for the first time — the co-hosts are well aware that the season will be tough to follow, let alone top.
"I think it surprised even us how strong we came out the gate last season and how well it held," Bergeron tells TVGuide.com. "It sort of became the man-bites-dog story because ...
Hope you had a great week! Well, we're almost there!
I cannot wait for Monday. I'm just looking forward to getting the season started again. The off season flew by and this is the calm from the storm. But I say we might as well just get right back into the middle of the storm! It's a lot of work, but I'm looking forward to the routine of things, the nervousness, the stress and the good times, of course.
Brandy is freaking out and excited at the same time. I think she's nervous, but who wouldn't be? But it's a good nervous. It's a "I can't wait!" not a "What have I signed myself up for?!" I'm very happy with where we are. We are ready to go! I feel secure in Brandy in the fact that she's not going to fall apart when ...